|Year 5: Autumn Topics||safety|
|Year 5: Spring Topics||geotagging|
|Coping with Self Harm Guide|
|Pgl powerpoint 2019|
|Year 5 Summer Topics|| School Closure Work|
Week beginning 23rd March
Alan Peat Lit
Alan Peat Sentences
Punctuation Shout Outs
KS2 English Resources
Science and Music
Resources for keeping active at home
|Please use Google Chrome to Access Bug Club|
| Watch out for the envelope symbol on your Bug Club homepage. |
It means your teacher has left you some feedback on your answers.
Don’t forget, if you don’t score over 90% on your My Maths activities you can repeat them and have another go!
We have all seen the beautiful rainbows displayed on so many houses when we are out on our daily exercise time. We also made some in school and have displayed them around the fences and gates so if you are passing school on your daily walk you can see them and know we are all thinking of you! Here are a few pictures of what we have been getting up to in school too!
We are excited to see some of the activities you have been doing at home. Thanks for the photos. Let us know it is OK to pop them on here to share with your friends!
Spring Two and we are all celebrating World Book Day with a series of challenges and book based work across the school. Year Five were set the challenge of a treasure hunt using geocaching and QR codes to find clues about the books they have studied this year! They have also been to share books with Year One as part of their week.
This half term Year Five have been learning about surviving outdoors with Barry Howard. They have learned basic first aid, shelter building and how to filter dirty water to make it clean! They have even had a lesson on fire safety.
Year Five welcomed their parents at the open hour games session. Great fun was had by all!
Year five had lots of fun in games and puzzles week. Friday was interesting … playing games and learning those rules … while “Breaking the Rules” for the EPFA fundraiser! Year Five classes teamed up with Year 6 classes to learn new games.